A story in the Washington Post reveals that the FBI can remotely activate laptop cameras without users knowing they're being watched.
A bill blocking enforcement of many key provisions of ObamaCare will soon be considered by the South Carolina state Senate.
Attendees at the Mount Vernon Assembly report that the group's goal of calling a "convention of the states" is on track.
Priests for Life is challenging the Department of Health and Human Services’ contraception mandate in U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C., and is joined by other individual plaintiffs. The challenge asserts that the plaintiffs’ religious freedoms are being violated by forcing them to provide no-cost access to contraceptives, including those that induce abortion.
Eight of the world’s largest technology companies have combined efforts to launch a website called “Reform Government Surveillance,” designed to expose and counter governmental violations of people’s privacy.
Motorists on America's highways are being randomly stopped and asked for breath, blood, and saliva samples in a $7.9 million research project of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
A new study published by the Cato Institute proposes several tactics for the restoration of federalism.
On December 7, state lawmakers and other invited guests will meet at George Washington's Mt. Vernon estate to propose rules to govern a "convention of the states."
The National Security Agency is keeping track of the locations of hundreds of millions of cellphones all over the world, according to the latest documents from Edward Snowden.
Once again, the federal government is assuming unconstitutional authority over the citizens of Arizona involving an issue of purely state interest.